September 21 2011 12:17PM
Deadspin by way of the Boston Herald, broke the big news today that the Boston Bruins refused to accept a round of 22 shots from "movie star" Ryan Reynolds. As the story goes, Reynolds and the Bruins engaged in some banter over the result of the finals, afterwards Ryan Reynolds bought the team shots as a peace offering. The Bruins "spitefully" refused the drinks and instead gave them to a bunch of ladies at a Bachelorette party who, I'm sure, would've rather had the opportunity to touch Reynolds' abs and hear stories about what it was like to hook up with Alanis Morisette.
September 21 2011 08:11AM
Marco Sturm - A Goal and an Assist.
Nice debut, kid.
(Photo courtesy canucks.com)
The Canucks and Flames played almost simultaneous split-squad games last night, one in Calgary and one in Vancouver. Here's the CanucksArmy recap of the game from Vancouver, as the Canucks came back to down the Flames 4-3 at Rogers Arena.
September 20 2011 02:32PM
Melanie really likes the Sedins. Via sedintwins.tumblr.com.
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September 20 2011 01:32PM
Sam Pringle insisted on an alluring pose to accompany this interview.
With the preseason looming - interest in the launch of the 2011-12 NHL season is high in this particular hockey-crazed market. But in reality, the preseason is boring, and with no real hockey news to discuss – local newspaper writer Sam Pringle was at a loss. How can one produce content that will drive traffic, when there’s nothing of any consequence going on?
September 20 2011 08:12AM
We are just three days into training camp, and already the 9-5 media is filling time on sports talk radio with a made up Vancouver Canucks goaltending controversy. The Kurtenbloggers, fresh in the noontime spot on Vancouver's TEAM 1040 radio, discussed at length whether Roberto Luongo was capable of winning a Stanley Cup, and whether or not Cory Schneider should be given a chance to compete for the starting job.